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Death Cab for Cutie: Planscompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Plans

Released: Aug 30, 2005. Label: Atlantic. Genre: Rock. Styles: Indie Rock, Dream Pop, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Pop, Twee Pop. Number Of Tracks: 11. Plans is both a destination and a transitional journey for the group, one that sees the fulfillment of years of toiling away to develop their ideas and sound.

POSTED: 03/24/2006 - 03:16 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: Kintsugicompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Kintsugi

Released: Mar 31, 2015. Genre: Indie Rock. Label: Atlantic. Number Of Tracks: 11. Showing great concern for detail and difference in sound, Death Cab For Cutie's eighth album, "Kintsugi," is a well-crafted and captivating listen.

POSTED: 04/03/2015 - 08:23 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: Codes And Keyscompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Codes And Keys

Released: May 31, 2011. Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Pop. Label: Atlantic. Number Of Tracks: 11. After years of somber guitar melodies and down-trodden lyrics from past releases, Death Cab For Cutie attempts to lighten our dark hearts with some feel good happy-core indie-rock tunes.

POSTED: 06/01/2011 - 07:40 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: The Open Door [EP]compact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: The Open Door [EP]

Released: Mar 31, 2009. Genre: Indie Rock/ Indie Pop. Label: Atlantic / Barsuk. Number Of Tracks: 5. This collection of songs is quite up-beat in tempo and feeling, which stands in clear contrast to the more somber depressive sound of their previous LP project.

POSTED: 05/04/2009 - 03:26 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: Narrow Stairscompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Narrow Stairs

Release Date: May 13, 2008. Label: Atlantic/WEA. Genres: Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Alternative Pop/ Rock. Number Of Tracks: 11. After spending the better part of a decade in the musical minor leagues, Death Cab for Cutie went pro with 2005's Plans, a record whose optimism and Technicolor sound gave the band enough leverage to finally enter the mainstream.

POSTED: 05/24/2008 - 03:14 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: Directions [DVD]compact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Directions [DVD]

Release Date: April 11, 2006. While the 13 cinematic videos are definitely the main attraction, viewers are likely to be curious as to how all these directors were selected and why they chose their respective themes. Thankfully, this curiosity will not go unsatisfied with bonuses that do explore all the what's, hows, and whys of Directions.

POSTED: 08/18/2006 - 05:44 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: Planscompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Plans

Released: Aug 30, 2005. Label: Atlantic. Genre: Rock. Styles: Indie Rock, Dream Pop, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Pop, Twee Pop. Number Of Tracks: 11. Plans is both a destination and a transitional journey for the group, one that sees the fulfillment of years of toiling away to develop their ideas and sound.

POSTED: 03/24/2006 - 03:16 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: The Photo Albumcompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: The Photo Album

Released: Oct 9, 2001. Label: Barsuk. Genre: Rock. Styles: Indie Pop, Indie Rock. Number Of Tracks: 10. Its ten tracks explore the near misses and equally tenuous triumphs of human connection.

POSTED: 01/16/2006 - 06:20 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yescompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes

Release Date: Mar 21, 2000. Label: Barsuk. Genres: Indie Rock, Indie Pop. Number Of Tracks: 10. Loud and soft, or most of all both, and plenty of points in between, DCFC write and record finished songs that emote, that do more than merely fill a slot in a form in a preconceived genre.

POSTED: 01/14/2006 - 12:34 am

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Death Cab for Cutie: Transatlanticismcompact discs
Death Cab for Cutie: Transatlanticism

Released: Oct 7, 2003. Genre: Rock. Styles: Indie Pop, Dream Pop, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Rock, Twee Pop. Number Of Tracks: 11. The band has never sounded more cohesive, the track sequencing is brilliant, and it caps off a triumphant year for not only Gibbard, but a band whose time and greater recognition is finally due.

POSTED: 10/13/2005 - 12:53 am

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